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Nomia asks, do some Asian cultures make it harder to get over the death of a loved one?

Nomia asks: Do some Asian cultures make it harder to get over the death of a loved one? Also, women and human rights campaigner Yasmin Rehman, who recently won the Irwin Prize for Secularist of the Year, believes we should be focusing on teaching young people about secularism and how it can coexist with religion. Plus, Dr Ravinder Dahiya, a scientist from the University of Glasgow, explains how he and his team have created a solar-powered robotic hand with an 'electronic skin' which could help develop better prosthetics for amputees. Tay Jiva from Penny Appeal talks about their drive to increase Muslim adoption and fostering. And Majed Akhter, an assistant professor from Indiana University Bloomington, discusses the inaccessibility of clean water in South Asian countries.

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